The MTR bol­lards — 90 and 200 — are installed below or near to eye level in envi­ron­ments where min­imis­ing glare is espe­cially impor­tant such as car parks or pedes­trian walk­ways. They mark out entrance areas and paths, act as a means of ori­en­ta­tion and at the same time can help to struc­ture a space. This is clev­erly achieved through their unique design, using MTR refrac­tors. The MTR refrac­tor incor­po­rates the light-bend­ing prop­er­ties of a prism; direct­ing the light pre­cisely where you need it most, with min­i­mum inten­sity at planar view­ing angles. Unlike con­ven­tional bol­lards, MTR optics are also designed to reflect a small amount of light upward, pro­vid­ing torso illu­mi­na­tion for recog­ni­tion and depth per­cep­tion and enhanc­ing the sense of secu­rity and visual com­fort.

  • MTR 90 Bollard
  • MTR 200 Bollard

MTR 90 Bollard

MTR 90 Bollard

Construction die-cast aluminium · PMMA lenses · steel column without door Light source TC-D Light distribution symmetric

MTR 200 Bollard

MTR 200 Bollard

Construction die-cast aluminium · PMMA lenses · steel column without door Light source HSE · HIE Light distribution symmetric

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